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Mobile phone radiation leads to brain disease


Scientists have discovered a link between mobile phone radiation and Alzheimer's disease.

A study published in the journal Current Alzheimer's Research suggests that the continued use of mobile phones and Wi-Fi routers leads to increased calcium in the brain, thus increasing the risk of Alzheimer's disease.

The American National Cancer Institute notes that there is no relationship between electromagnetic radiation and cancer, but notes that it is a potential cause of insomnia, headache and irritation.

According to the study, changes in the brain that lead to Alzheimer's disease can continue for up to 25 years before symptoms appear. Various studies have indicated that reducing exposure to electromagnetic radiation reduces the stage of initial negative impact on brain processes.